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such as google+ and facebook, things are very different. i think they expect you to show up with something that's already working, not just a vision and a key. it's something these ooh already in use. >> this guy has something. it's working. even if he's not looking for money, how do you get advice? oftentimes it's easier to ask for money than advice. >> it's clear to me. get the best lawyer in the business. the lawyers know the ecosystem. in new york city there's handful of lawyers that do this every day. they see who is the trufts worthy, they see who has the money, they see what the system is that they have to go through. hire the best attorney you can find. >> and is that easy? >> yeah. they're there. they're certainly overwhelmed because there are so many companies so you're kind of selling them too. they have to believe in you almost as if, in fact, they are investing in you because some of the best attorneys will give you an entrepreneur rate because they believe in you, but that's really the best first step to take. >>> next up, a question about mobile operating systems. >> what do you
sites like google plus or pinterest. which may be more effective depending on your subject matter. >>> oftentimes, adding things to your business is easy. we have new ideas, we want more plies, new processes, there's always something new to include but our next guest says what you should be concentrating on is not adding, but subtracting. so kiss anything that's excessive, confusing or wasteful or hard to use, good-bye. matt may is the founder of edit innovation, an idea agency based in los angeles and is the author of a new book "the laws of subtraction." great do see you, matt. >> likewise, thank you. >> i love this segment because we're always trying to add new things and really when you're running a business, you have got to be more simple about things. and so i want to get into the things that you say you should kill off. rules. >> well, yeah. i think when you're a small business and if you're fortunate enough, you begin to grow rapidly. and you sort of revert back to the things that you perhaps learned when you were working for a bigger company. and i inadvertently start add
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. >>> elsewhere, yahoo shares took off in late trade on news they struck an advertising deal with google. home depot is hiring 80,000 seasonal workers for this spring. that's 10,000 more hires than last year. listen up. if you're one of millions of americans answering work e-mails at home, a case is moving forward in chicago filed by a cop who claims he and fellow officers are owed overtime pay for answering calls and scanning e-mails off duty on their blackberries. >>> after ten years, apple reached a new milestone. 25 billion songs have now been purchased on itunes. a customer in germany will receive a gift card worth more than $13,000 for the lucky download of a song called "monkey drums." incredibly, 15,000 songs are downloaded on itunes every minute. a lot of music. >>> coffee lovers rejoiced wednesday when starbucks opened its new flag ship store in india's capital. hasbro let the cat out of the bag. the iron is out as a monopoly game piece and the cat is in. >>> and a study out today finds restaurant chains are cashing in on lower calorie menu offering which pushed sales up by 5%. mcdon
and say well this would be huge if it comes true. google, very interesting. $40 billion a year revenue. a lot of that comes from the ad world system. they said we're going to start charging in the middle of 2013 people that use tablets and mobiles to get their messages across. that would be quite an interesting development in terms of bolstering their revenues going forward. just a couple stories to kick around in the business space. and we're a little mixed on the european story. generally there is a positive trading wuind. >> let's see if they can get revenue off the mobile. that's a big deal. of course, one of the big things with facebook. before you go, outgoing treasury secretary tim geithner said i'm not going to write a book. he is going to write a book. there is a lot of fun on twitter about possible titles. i want your pick for the title of treasury secretary geithner's book. okay, "angels and lehmans." "a tale of two cities." "a farewell to arms." my two favorites, "50 shades of pay." and then, of course, you need the cliff notes for "the hold man and the sec." it's a short b
about it, they can google me, and they can look for 20 years what i have to say about it. i haven't changed my opinion one iota. >> no, but you haven't fleshed it out. >> it's not my job to flesh it out. >> no, it's my job to try and ask you. >> and i'm shutting your butt down. >> why do people fight with english accent interviewers like that? piers morgan. here is the question. let me try to pose to it you, sir, mr. schiff. >> yes, sir. >> we all grew up with cowboys and indians. you learn how'd to do this with your hand, shooting a gun, how to shoot. well learned that from cowboys and indians, war movies. violence is part of our culture. "django" i'm sure is an interesting thing but has a lot of violence in it. the recent jack reacher thing with cruise, don't they influence people? >> i think it influence mid son. i think the video games probably more so. and it was a big concern for me. >> you're at the lansburgh theater. >> the lansburgh theatre, the shakespeare company, i'm doing a play called "hughie". >> wonderful to see you in action. richard schiff, who has done a little
companies such as google, microsoft and intel, could end up helping many people in poor countries get onto the web. it could also cement long-term ties between the state department and the companies while opening new markets and reaching new customers for silicon valley. it's another sign of how her legacy will play itself out for years to come. in terms of what she's done. >> exactly. i've written a lot about how she has tried to turn the state department into sort of a business promotion machine. and traditionally this has been with, you know, industries like aerospace, companies like boeing, the tech world, you know, coming into the state department and getting help from the u.s. government is newer. but obviously, google, yahoo! these companies have a lot to gain from getting people internet access in places like africa all around the developing world. on average in developed countries, about 70% of people are online. it's only 20% of people in the developing world. and the reason is that the costs are prohibitive. and it's actually not because people are so poor. it's because the mark
about it, they can google me. i haven't changed my opinion one ioda. >> no, but you haven't flushed it out. >> it's not my job to flush it out. >> no, it's my job to try and ask you to. >> and i'm shutting your butt down. >> why don't poo figeople fight english accented people? we all grew up with cowboys and inyans. you learned how to do this with your hand, just pretending to shoot. we all learned that from cowboys and indians. violence is part of our culture. it has an interesting thing, but it's got a lot of violence in it. these are incredibly violent. don't they influence people? >> i think it influenced my son. i think the video games, probably more so. and it was a big concern for me. >> you're at the lanceburg theater. >> the shakespeare company, i'm doing a play called "hughy." >> i'll come down there. i love that theeter. it's a great theater. thank you, richard shift. he's been on our show and done a little prep for the play. when we return, let me finish with a victory for president obama and the roman catholic faith on the issue of birth controlment they fou. they foun
address. three days later, january 24th, vice president joe biden participates in a google hangout with people across the country to discuss the administration's gun proposals. january 26th, thousands of demonstrators, including people from newtown, connecticut, gather on the national mall in washington, d.c. to publicly call for gun safety legislation. organizers plan similar events in about a dozen other cities. two days later, january 28th, the president, the vice president, the attorney general hold a high profile meeting at the white house with local police chiefs and sheriffs. that meeting includes the police chiefs from aurora, colorado, and oak creek, wisconsin, and newtown, connecticut, communities that have all felt the effects of mass gun violence just in the past six months. two days later, january 30th, the u.s. senate holds its first hearing on gun legislation since newtown. that hearing in the senate judiciary committee includes an emotional statement at the top from former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords. she encourages congress to be bold. january 31st, the vi
store or google play... the mortgage calculator by quicken loans... one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ♪ >> republicans have chosen marco rubio to deliver the republican response to the president's state of the union address next tuesday. first in english and then for the first time in the nation's history he will do it in spanish. in the new issue of "time magazine" michael takes an in depth look at rube yoes ae political as spirations and the human-american senator's unique approach to immigration reform. joining me now is michael. congratulation on the cover. first, let's talk about marco rubio. why he was chose sxen why he is such a central figure right now in the sort of reformation of the republican party. >> well, look, the party has had a tough couple of elections. they've gotten spanked a couple of times. the electorate is getting less white. it's getting less rural. it's getting lessee advantage elcal. it's getting less demographically republican. they look at their future, and one possible model that you hear a lot about is they need to improve they
, these are the companies you say the next googles. >> yeah. >> let's start with number one. 3cinteractive. >> basically when you get things on your cell phone like offering you a coupon or your phone tells you you're over your minutes, this is the software that communicates with your phone. and it's, again, simple things that you take for granted that you get kind of sms messages to your phone. they do it. they have john scully as their chairman. best known, of course, for firing steve jobs, but i think he's making amends here. >> making a comeback. >> i don't know. would you really want to hire the guy guy who fired steve job? >> he put money in, so i think they were happy to have him. growing at 60% a year, so i think he has a comeback opportunity here based on the information and research we did. >> he's got a lot of work to do to come back. >> want to go to number four because it's connected with number one. again, we're taking about microtargeting, whether it's on cell phones or with rocket fuel. >> yeah. >> this is a group that uses data and machine lighting to place online ads in the most releva
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